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DNP in Anesthesia

Anesthesia Information Session

Newark, NJ - May 1, 2017
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The Rutgers School of Nursing Anesthesia Program, formerly the University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey, has been accredited by the COA since its inception in 2004, and received the maximum ten year re-accreditation in 2008.  With a 91% first attempt pass rate on the National Certification Examination for all of its graduates, a 100% employment rate and excellent student and employer satisfaction data, the program has established a reputation for excellence.  

The DNP curriculum will prepare our graduates for the full scope of nurse anesthesia practice in a variety of clinical settings.

Accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia Educational Programs (COA)

Campus Locations

All of the in-person classes are held at the Newark campus only.

Credits to Completion

85 credit course of study with a minimum of 2,500 clinical hours will be taken in a 36 Month Full Time Plan of Study. The curriculum is divided into an initial Didactic Phase for the first year, followed by the gradual integration of the Clinical Specialty Phase, which continues to include a didactic course of study.

Program Outcome Measures

View program outcome measures for the Nurse Anesthesia DNP Program (pdf)

Sample Curriculum

Plans of Study

Deadline to Apply

September 1st for May admission

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